G2958 Κυρήνιος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
Κυρήνιος
Quirinius
Cyrenius or Quirinius, governor of Syria.
Strong's:
Κυρήνιος
Cyrenius (i.e. Quirinus), a Roman
Derivation: of Latin origin;

KJV Usage: Cyrenius.

Thayer:
1) the Greek form of the Roman name Quirinus. His full name is Publius Sulpicius Quirinus. He was consul B.C.
12., and was made governor of Syria after the banishment of Archelaus in A.D. 6. He was probably twice governor of Syria; his first governorship extended from B.C. 4 (the year of Christ's birth) to B.C. 1. It was during this time that he was sent to make enrolment which caused Joseph and Mary to visit Bethlehem. Luke 2:2. The second enrolment is mentioned in Acts 5:37.
Literal: Cyrenius = "warrior"


Κυρήνιος
Kurēnios
koo-ray'-nee-os
Of Latin origin; Cyrenius (that is, Quirinus ), a Roman

KJV Usage: Cyrenius.


View how G2958 Κυρήνιος is used in the Bible

One occurence of G2958 Κυρήνιος

Luke 2:2